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"@ Simon  I was born chillin.    @ Cody  It certainly doesn't bother me to see a cig…"

Tex replied Nov 10, 2011 to What is the appeal of smoking?

93 Nov 18, 2011
Reply by Jewelz

"@ Cody - "Choosing to smoke is no different than choosing to have sex, or choosing t…"

Tex replied Nov 9, 2011 to What is the appeal of smoking?

93 Nov 18, 2011
Reply by Jewelz

"Try sex, its easier on the lungs. "

Tex replied Nov 8, 2011 to What is the appeal of smoking?

93 Nov 18, 2011
Reply by Jewelz

"I don't want to offend anyone but I guess I will, frankly I think smoking is well, p…"

Tex replied Nov 8, 2011 to What is the appeal of smoking?

93 Nov 18, 2011
Reply by Jewelz

"Coco..lol"

Tex replied Nov 8, 2011 to finally

26 Nov 11, 2011
Reply by Dennis Weaver

"Well said!"

Tex replied Nov 4, 2011 to I HAVE A GOOD QUESTION...

24 Nov 6, 2011
Reply by Dave G

"People kill other people a hell of a lot more often than any pit bulls ever will, I'…"

Tex replied Oct 24, 2011 to Pitbulls - Threat or Menace? Our blind spot when it comes to this breed

101 Oct 26, 2011
Reply by Jacob LeMaster

"Hey Trevor, we still love ya....after all we are all brothers an sisters here on pla…"

Tex replied Oct 24, 2011 to Who wants to believe in God?

144 Jan 5, 2013
Reply by mick herman

"Thanks Jen, I've always been curious about that. Another thing is look who he is sen…"

Tex replied Oct 23, 2011 to Who wants to believe in God?

144 Jan 5, 2013
Reply by mick herman

"Very informative Alex."

Tex replied Oct 19, 2011 to Who wants to believe in God?

144 Jan 5, 2013
Reply by mick herman

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